Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have already given up their Cotswolds home.

A year ago, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to sign a two-year lease for a home in the Grew Tew in Cotswolds. Markle reportedly fell in love with Cotswolds the first time she visited the place. Prince Harry also loved the countryside and was searching for a home in the area even before he met his wife.

However, according to Elle, the couple has just decided to let go of their country home in Cotswolds weeks before the arrival of their little bundle of joy. The renovation works for their official home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, are already complete and the couple is set to move there at the end of the month.

Prince Harry and Markle’s new home in Windsor will have 10 bedrooms and will feature an eco-friendly green energy unit, two conservatory extensions and extensive landscaping to ensure that the family especially the baby will have privacy.

A royal source told the publication that Markle and Prince Harry are “really excited about the impending birth” and the prospect of raising their baby in Windsor.

“I think both of them think it’s going to be a really positive thing for their child to be there,” the source said. “While it wasn’t something they had considered initially, once it became an option, they’re both really excited about it.”

Just recently, the palace announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are formally separating from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Prince Harry and Markle will be closer to Queen Elizabeth II after the split as they will now be based at the Buckingham Palace.

The fab four used to share their staff but following their split, they will have their separate teams. According to Russell Myers, the staff will be divided between the two couples. However, all the staff decided to work for Prince William and Middleton so Prince Harry and Markle need an “awful lot of staff” to build themselves.

Prince Harry and Markle lost their PR Jason Knauf who played a significant role at their royal wedding. Knauf is the latest aide the couple lost in the past six months as he opted to work for the Cambridges.

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Pictured: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visit the Kasbah of the Udayas near the Moroccan capital Rabat on Feb. 25, 2019.  Getty Images/Fadel Senna